Review: Belgian prankster Olivier Gregoire aka Kolombo is back at it with a new one on his own Loulou imprint. "Don't Give Up" is a cheeky little jam with some creepy pitch shifted vocals over a dirty, funky breakbeat and it works well. "Prime" sounds more like the Kolombo we know, it's a dark electro house number for the after-hours with more of his sinister pitch shifted vocals: really liking this one. Finally "Track" is another bouncy electro-house number with tongue firmly in cheek and not as dark as the last offering: the synth lead on this one is mental!
Review: French wunderkind Malikk has gained some serious attention from a selection of well-received collaborations, and now it's time for him to shine alone. Back For More is his first solo EP for LouLou, and it's an impressive one. Boasting three tracks, this single is teaming with stylish late night sauce. The title track is a laser and cowbell-led jackathon, while "Man & Woman" is a deep and sultry trip to Chicago. "We Can't" wraps things up with some groovy acid-house-pop reminiscent to Azari &III. Hot!